Titanic Passengers – Mrs.& Mr A.T. Compton, and Miss. S.P.

My father is doing some geneology research and came across a couple of names from our family on the passenger list. We are trying to find out if these individuals are related. Mr. Phillip J. Stokes (2nd class passenger, did not survive). First class passengers – Mrs. A.T. Compton, Miss. S.P. Compton (both survived and were rescued in Lifeboat #14 I believe) and Mr. A.T. Compton who did not survive. Some time ago I found a site which included a list of those buried in the various cemetary’s at Halifax, I have tried finding it to see if perhaps Phillip Stokes might be buried there, thinking this would be a way to trace a possible familial link to no avail, Elisabeth Wadman

3 thoughts on “Titanic Passengers – Mrs.& Mr A.T. Compton, and Miss. S.P.

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  2. I am trying to trace the geneaology of Mrs Mary Eliza Compton’s husband Alexander Taylor Compton who died in the early 1900’s. He was a lawyer in New York.
    Could he be a descendant of the Comptons of Prince Edward Island, who originate from Wiltshire England?
    Any comments appreciated!

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